DC Day of Archaeology Festival

May 2, 2024

The annual DC Day of Archaeology Festival gathers archaeologists from Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia together to talk about our local heritage. Talk to archaeologists in person and learn more […]

Profs & Pints DC: When Washington Burned

April 1, 2024

Profs and Pints DC presents: “When Washington Burned,” a detailed look at the devastating 1814 British attack on the Capitol, with Denver Brunsman, associate professor of history at George Washington […]

Profs & Pints DC: Understanding D.C.’s War Memorials

March 18, 2024

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Understanding D.C.’s War Memorials,” a guide to the backstories and deeper meanings of iconic sites on the National Mall, with Christopher Hamner, associate professor of […]

The Harlem Renaissance in DC Walking Tour

July 18, 2023

Off the Mall Tours takes you on a winding journey through an era in which the U Street neighborhood of Washington, DC was giving rise to a vibrant jazz scene […]

Gilded Age Washington

May 15, 2023

a new Washington Walks walking tour inspired by the hit HBO series The Gilded Age

Landmark Members Exclusive: Garden Tour

March 22, 2023

Discover the history of the garden at Tudor Place in this exclusive Landmark member event. Join Executive Director Mark Hudson on a guided tour focused on garden décor and stories […]

From the Archives with Love

January 24, 2023

Sending a card is often the simplest way to show someone you care. How long has this tradition existed and how etiquette around St. Valentine’s Day evolved? In this hour […]

Dumbarton UMC Homecoming Sunday Celebrates 250 years in Georgetown

October 10, 2022

Please join Dumbarton Church in celebrating 250 years of worship in Georgetown for a special Homecoming Worship service and a potluck. Especially welcome are all former Dumbarton members and staff. […]

Tapas With Teachers

September 19, 2022

Welcome Back to School! Join representatives from Tudor Place, Ford’s Theatre, the National Park Service and President Lincoln’s Cottage to learn about each site’s teacher resources. Network over drinks and […]

Tudor Tots: Who Lived Here First?

August 26, 2022

Indigenous people called Washington DC home long before anyone else did. Join us as we celebrate and acknowledge the indigenous people whose ancestral homelands are in Washington DC. Young learners […]